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Manny Feliciano Stars

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maryann carroll

on 5 June 2015

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Transcript of Manny Feliciano Stars

How many stars?
How many star are there?
1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 or more stars that are in the universe.You can see a small number (5,000)of stars with the naked eye.They are some many stars that could be out in space, scientist can’t even guess how many there are.
Color Stars
Dark red stars have a temperature of 2,500,000 F.
Bright red stars have a temperature of 3,500,000 F.
Blue stars have a temperature of 10,000,000 F to 50,000,000 F.
What kinds of stars
The age of the star you are looking at depends on the color of the star (the sun for example). The brighter the star, the younger it is. The darker the star, the older it is. All stars need 5 things to be called a stars:
1: Brightness
2: Color
3: Surface Temperature
4: Size
5: Amount of Matter
Sometimes stars do not go through every stage. Sometimes they just go out. Or go black.There can be 3 different colors of stars do to the surface temperature.

by:Manny Feliciano
Leo is a loin. Pisces is a 2 headed fish. Taurus is a bull. Aquarius is a Water Bearer. The Big Dipper is a part of The Great Bear.
Draco is a Dragon. It’s head is the Northern Star.
Draco is made of 16 to 17 stars. Draco’s head is between Hercules and Cygnus. Hercules is made of about 16 main stars.In September you can see about 48 different constellations defined by the ancient Greek mathematician Ptolemy.
Stars dying


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